AIDS and Contemporary History
AIDS and Contemporary History (Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine) by Virginia Berridge
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition | April 30, 1993 | English | ISBN: 0521414776 | 296 pages | PDF | 6 MB

The advent of AIDS has led to a revival of interest in the historical relationship of disease to society. There now exists a new consciousness of AIDS and history, and of AIDS itself as an historic event. This provides the starting-point of this collection of essays.

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John C. Harrison Redefining Stuttering: What the struggle to speak is really about
John C. Harrison, "Redefining Stuttering: What the struggle to speak is really about"
National Stuttering Association | 2008 | ISBN: 1929773084 | English | PDF | 485 pages | 14.94 Mb

"John Harrison is a recovered person who stutters who lived with the problem for roughly 30 years. He s also a 30-year member of the NSA and one of the first people to join the organization. Through participation in a variety of personal growth programs throughout the 60s, John discovered that stuttering was not what he thought it was. It was not just a speech problem, but a problem that involved many different sides of himself. ..."

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